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October 20th, 2007

Oberlin company thinking big about the small

Abstract:
An Oberlin company is working on developing affordable systems to grow high quality carbon nanotubes, which are the building blocks of nanotechnology the control of matter on the atomic and molecular scale.

Within several months, NanoTech Innovations LLC, which opened shop in August in Oberlin, hopes to begin marketing the manufacturing systems to universities and research institutions, according to Dennis M. Flood, the general manager.
The company hopes a recent grant will help.

NanoTech received a grant from JK-Nano LLC and entered into a partnership with the company, whose principal partners are Kevin Flanigan, owner of General Plug & Manufacturing in Grafton, and an associate, Jim Tyree. Flanigan is chairman of the board of EMH Regional Health Care System.

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